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MáS ALLá DE UNA POLíTICA DE LA DOMINACIóN: LA CULTURA ARISTOCRáTICA EN NIETZSCHE
Lemm,Vanessa;
Alpha (Osorno) , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22012010000200002
Abstract: nietzsche’s “aristocratic radicalism” has been interpreted to mean either that nietzsche favors returning to pre-modern political models of aristocratic society which are completely incompatible with modern democracy, or that aristocratism is a radical variant of liberal individualism, an aesthetic and apolitical attitude towards life. in this paper i argue that nietzsche’s aristocratism fits neither of the above interpretations. rather, nietzsche understands aristocratic society in spiritual-cultural terms. in the light of an analysis of nobility, an aristocratic society and culture must be a horizontal ordering of equally respected powers for and against each other that aims at the elevation of the significance of the singular individual’s responsibility.
NIETZSCHE Y LIBERTAD INDIVIDUAL: RAWLS, CAVELL Y EL DEBATE SOBRE EL VALOR DEL PERFECCIONISMO PARA LA DEMOCRACIA
Lemm,Vanessa;
Alpha (Osorno) , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22012009000100006
Abstract: this article traces the debate on the value of improvement in contemporary democratic theory through a discussion of the controversial interpretations of john rawls and stanley cavell of schopenhauer as educator by friedrich nietzsche. it argues that the readings of perfectionism offered y both rawls and cavell poorly capture the nietzschean notion of individual freedom as responsibility. the latter may turns out to be of value for modern democratic life not in virtud of, but despite the fact that it constitutes an alternative to the liberal conceptions of culture and individual freedom.
MEMORY AND PROMISE IN ARENDT AND NIETZSCHE
LEMM,VANESSA;
Revista de ciencia política (Santiago) , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-090X2006000200009
Abstract: this article investigates and compares the value and significance that arendt and nietzsche attribute to the role played by memory and by the promise in constituting the political and in safeguarding the freedom and plurality of human action
INTRODUCTION TO "STRUGGLES OF RECOGNITION: BETWEEN SOCIAL BOND AND SOCIAL CONFLICT" Introducción a "Conflictos de reconocimiento: entre lazo social y conflicto social"
Vanessa Lemm
Revista de Ciencia Política , 2007,
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MEMORY AND PROMISE IN ARENDT AND NIETZSCHE
VANESSA LEMM
Revista de Ciencia Política , 2006,
Abstract: This article investigates and compares the value and significance that Arendt and Nietzsche attribute to the role played by memory and by the promise in constituting the political and in safeguarding the freedom and plurality of human action Este artículo compara el valor y el significado que Arendt y Nietzsche otorgan a la memoria y a la promesa para la constitución de lo político así como para la salvaguardia de la libertad y de la pluralidad humana
MáS ALLá DE UNA POLíTICA DE LA DOMINACIóN: LA CULTURA ARISTOCRáTICA EN NIETZSCHE Beyond the Politics of Domination: Aristocratic Culture in Nietzsche
Vanessa Lemm
Alpha (Osorno) , 2010,
Abstract: El “radicalismo aristocrático” de Nietzsche ha sido interpretado considerando que favorece un retorno a los modelos políticos de sociedad aristocrática pre-moderna que son completamente incompatibles con la democracia moderna, o bien que el aristocratismo de Nietzsche es una variación radical del individualismo liberal, una opción estética y apolítica de vida. Argumento, aquí, que el aristocratismo de Nietzsche no cabe dentro ninguna de estas interpretaciones. A la luz de mi análisis de la nobleza en Nietzsche, una sociedad y cultura aristocrática debe ser un ordenamiento horizontal de poderes igualmente respetados y que están involucrados por y contra cada uno de tal manera a elevar el significado de la responsabilidad del individuo singular. Nietzsche’s “aristocratic radicalism” has been interpreted to mean either that Nietzsche favors returning to pre-modern political models of aristocratic society which are completely incompatible with modern democracy, or that aristocratism is a radical variant of liberal individualism, an aesthetic and apolitical attitude towards life. In this paper I argue that Nietzsche’s aristocratism fits neither of the above interpretations. Rather, Nietzsche understands aristocratic society in spiritual-cultural terms. In the light of an analysis of nobility, an aristocratic society and culture must be a horizontal ordering of equally respected powers for and against each other that aims at the elevation of the significance of the singular individual’s responsibility.
NIETZSCHE Y LIBERTAD INDIVIDUAL: RAWLS, CAVELL Y EL DEBATE SOBRE EL VALOR DEL PERFECCIONISMO PARA LA DEMOCRACIA Nietzsche and individual freedom: Rawls, Cavell and the debate on the value of improvement for democracy
Vanessa Lemm
Alpha (Osorno) , 2009,
Abstract: Este artículo rastrea el debate sobre el valor del perfeccionismo en la teoría democrática contemporánea a través de una discusión de las interpretaciones controvertidas de John Rawls y Stanley Cavell de Schopenhauer como educador de Friedrich Nietzsche. El artículo argumenta que las lecturas del perfeccionismo de Cavell y Rawls captan pobremente la noción nietzscheana de libertad individual como responsabilidad. Asimismo, sugiere que esta noción de Nietzsche puede resultar valiosa para la política democrática en virtud, y no a pesar, de constituirse como una alternativa a la versión liberal de la cultura y de la libertad individual. This article traces the debate on the value of improvement in contemporary democratic theory through a discussion of the controversial interpretations of John Rawls and Stanley Cavell of Schopenhauer as Educator by Friedrich Nietzsche. It argues that the readings of perfectionism offered y both Rawls and Cavell poorly capture the Nietzschean notion of individual freedom as responsibility. The latter may turns out to be of value for modern democratic life not in virtud of, but despite the fact that it constitutes an alternative to the liberal conceptions of culture and individual freedom.
Nietzsche y el olvido animal
Lemm, Vanessa
Arbor : Ciencia, Pensamiento y Cultura , 2009, DOI: 10.3989/arbor.2009.i736.294
Abstract: This essay presents a reading of Nietzsche’s second Untimely Consideration and the second essay of his On the Genealogy of Morals that reevaluates the importance of animal forgetfulness in Nietzsche’s conception of history and politics. On my account the insight in the value of animal forgetfulness allows Nietzsche to redefine memory as an artistic force, and historiography as an art of interpretation. This article relates this insight to the relation between politics and the promise in the second essay of On the Genealogy of Morals, arguing that here the rediscovery of the value of animal forgetfulness allows Nietzsche to redefine politics as a realm in which the animality of the human being can take on a creative and productive role exemplified by the promise of the sovereign individual instead of being considered as an object of domination. Este ensayo presenta una lectura de la segunda Consideración intempestiva y del segundo ensayo de La genealogía de la moral que revaloriza la importancia del olvido animal en la concepción de la historia y de la política propuesta por Nietzsche. En mi interpretación, el reconocimiento del valor del olvido animal permite a Nietzsche redefinir la memoria como una fuerza artística y la historiografía como un arte de la interpretación. Este artículo conecta esta intuición con la relación entre política y promesa establecida por Nietzsche en el segundo ensayo de La genealogía de la moral, argumentando que el descubrimiento del valor del olvido animal permite a Nietzsche redefinir la esfera de la política como una esfera en la cual la animalidad del ser humano pude tomar un rol creativo y productivo ejemplificado por la promesa del individual soberano en vez de ser considerado como un objeto de dominación y explotación.
New Counterexamples for Sums-Differences
Marius Lemm
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: We present new counterexamples, which provide stronger limitations to sums-differences statements than were previously known. The main idea is to consider non-uniform probability measures.
Is Early Puberty Triggered by Catch-Up Growth Following Undernutrition?
Lemm Proos,Jan Gustafsson
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 2012, DOI: 10.3390/ijerph9051791
Abstract: Undernutrition during fetal and postnatal life is still a major problem in many low- and middle-income countries. Even in high-income countries malnutrition may exist in cases of intrauterine growth retardation, as well as in chronic conditions such as anorexia nervosa and inflammatory bowel disease. Children adopted from developing countries are often chronically malnourished. Nutritional rehabilitation, resulting in catch-up growth, is often complicated by influences originating in fetal life as well as during postnatal growth. This may result in hormonal and metabolic changes as well as alterations in pubertal development. The present review focuses on fetal, postnatal and fetal-postnatal undernutrition and subsequent catch-up growth as well as catch-up growth in relation to pubertal development. Catch-up growth in children can be associated with early puberty following fetal or combined fetal-postnatal undernutrition. However, early puberty does not seem to occur following catch-up growth after isolated postnatal undernutrition. Gonadotropins have been reported to be elevated in prepubertal adopted girls as well as during catch-up growth in animals. Even if other factors may contribute, linear catch-up growth seems to be associated with the timing of pubertal development. The mechanisms behind this are still unknown. Future research may elucidate how to carry out nutritional rehabilitation without risk for early pubertal development.
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